One of the big pushes happening right now is metacognition. According to Merriam Webster, metacognition is the awareness or analysis of one's own learning or thinking processes. For speech-language pathologists, that means talking about our plan for our sessions and then reviewing what we have done at the end of our sessions. We do this ALL of the time with our students who benefit from visual schedules. When we forget about it is with those students who do not need visual schedules.
Use these simple posters to help you discuss the plan for the day and then review it. Place in a sheet protector and write over it with a dry erase marker.
This is appropriate for all age levels. The speech-language pathologists can read the plan to younger students and have the older students read them on their own.
Hope you can use this!!